University of Virginia
Gibson Room, First floor Cocke Hall
Light breakfast and coffee in Gibson Room
8:50 - 9:00 am
Welcome and introduction
First session (Chair TBD)
9:00 - 9:45 am
Ben Watson (University of Oklahoma): "A New Commentary on Cicero’s Divinatio in Caecilium"
9:45 - 10:30 am
Gina White (University of Kansas): "Emulation and Moral Development in the De Officiis"
Second session (Chair TBD)
10:45 - 11:30 am
Amanda Wilcox (Williams College): "Cicero on Paternal Authority and the Domus"
11:30 - 12:15 pm
The Classics Program of the Department of Classical and Oriental Studies at Hunter College invites you to the Annual E. Adelaide Hahn Lecture.
Speaker: Emily Greenwood, Professor of Classics, Yale University
Friday November 8, 2019
- Pre-Lecture Reception: 5:30-6:00 pm
- Lecture: 6:00-7:00 pm “Verso Poetics: Black Women Poets and Classics”
- Post-Lecture Reception: 7:00-7:30 pm
Location: Hunter College, 695 Park Ave., NY, NY 10065
8th floor Faculty / Staff Dining Room, Hunter West Building, 68th St. and Lexington Ave.
This event is open to the public. If you are a guest at Hunter, please bring a picture ID and stop at the Welcome Desk in the lobby of Hunter West Building, SW corner of 68th St. & Lex. (Then take the elevator to the 8th floor or the escalator to 3 and then the elevator to 8.)
Registration is now live for the Spatial Turn in Roman Studies Auckland conference, to be held January 22-24, 2020. For information about the conference, please see https://www.dur.ac.uk/
Please join us for the 37th Classical Association of New England Summer Institute On the theme “The Empire and the Individual”
The organizers of the CANE Summer Institute invite you to join us for a weeklong examination of peoples and cultures that comprised the Classical Greek and Roman worlds. We will consider what it meant to be (but) an individual amid the greater whole of an empire and what that can tell us about living in today’s world.
Making Classics Public
A panel with Prof. Sarah Bond (University of Iowa) and Dr. Donna Zuckerberg (Editor-in-Chief, Eidolon)
Northwestern University,1880 Campus Drive, Evanston, IL 60208
Part of #ClassicsNow: The Urgency of Re-Imagining Antiquity series
Making Classics Public is co-sponsored by the Society for Classical Studies
(Photo from Northwestern University, used with permission)
Justin Slocum Bailey will give a two-day series of workshops, BRINGING LATIN TO LIFE IN THE CLASSROOM, in Syracuse on Sept. 20-21, hosted by SU and generously supported by Binghamton University, Le Moyne College, The Humanities Corridor (and others).
Justin will help explore new and interactive techniques of Latin instruction. His pedagogy has proved to be very fruitful on all levels of Latin language classrooms (high school, college, etc.). Please consider attending and help spread the word.
Registration is $40 for one day, $75 for both: this will help cover a at least the lunches and refreshments. Students can attend for free. If the fee is an impediment to participation, we can offer a reduction.
The Presence of Plotinus: The Self, Contemplation, and Spiritual Exercise in the Enneads
Poznań, Poland, 9th-10th June 2020
Sara Ahbel-Rappe (University of Michigan)
John Bussanich (University of New Mexico)
Martin Laird (Villanova University)
Christian Tornau (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg)
ELEATICA 2019 - PROGRAM
The eleventh edition of ELEATICA - International Session on Ancient Philosophy, will be held on September 18-21, 2019 at the Fondazione Alario per Elea-Velia Impresa Sociale (Ascea Marina, Salerno, Italy, in the vicinity of the archeological area of ancient Elea). This time the main lectures will be given by Prof. Richard McKirahan (Pomona College, Claremont, Los Angeles, President of the International Association for Presocratic Studies).
Here is the conference programme:
ARISTOTELE E GLI ELEATI
Wednesday, September 18
14:15 Courtyard of Palazzo Alario: Welcome and Registration
15:15 Palazzo Alario, Sala Francesco Alario: Opening Ceremony
Marcello D’Aiuto (President of the Fondazione Alario per Elea-Velia impresa sociale).
Francesca Gambetti (Scientific Direction of Eleatica – Univ. Roma Tre - SFI)
"Motion and Migrancy in the Formation of Roman Literature"
Joy Connolly, Interim President and Distinguished Professor of Classics, Graduate Center CUNY
- 4:30 - 5:00 Pre-Lecture Reception
- 5:00 - 5:30 Student Award Ceremony
- 5:30 - 6:30 Lecture
- 6:30 - 7:00 Post-Lecture Reception
This lecture is free and open to the public.
Destructions, Survival, and Recovery in Ancient Greece
May 16-18 American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Organizers: Sylvian Fachard and Edward M. Harris
From the Trojan War to the sack of Rome by Alaric, from the fall of Constantinople to the bombing of European cities in World War II and now the devastation of Syrian towns lmed by drones, the destruction of cities and the slaughter of civilian populations are among the most dramatic events in world history.